Attempts by Rabindranath
to get the award stayed by the Madras High Court were rejected.
Nobel laureate poet Rabindranath
Tagore's poetry and writings have impacted India and the world for generations but not many know about the bard's gastronomic side.
It was Gurudev Rabindranath
Tagore who rechristened her Chitraniva, meaning "like a picture", so fond was he of her drawings and paintings.
Aiming to prevent suicides on the tracks, Metro authorities have decided to bank on songs of Rabindranath
Tagore, short films, counselling and street plays.
The subject of this essay is somewhat daring for two reasons: first, there is little critical literature available on Rabindranath
Tagore, and second, to talk of influences on his poetry, especially the biblical influences, is somewhat inhibited by Tagore's position as a national icon in India.
It will showcase 'Debotar Grash', an original poem by Gurudev Rabindranath
Tagore, where the artist Shri Vaibhav Arekar animates the enigmatic relationship between a little boy and his mother.
ISLAMABAD -- Physical exercise has profound impact on brain and can improve cognitive functioning, says senior neuroscientist Vijayalakshmi Rabindranath
Indian writer Rabindranath
Tagore (1861-1941) was known for being at ease in almost any setting during his frequent travels around the world, which has been said to reflect his project of "Humanist Universalism.
Titled Balmiki Prativa, an epic dance drama by Nobel laureate Rabindranath
Tagore, it will be staged in the Indian School Muscat auditorium.
The opening ceremony started with Shah Rukh reciting legendary poet Rabindranath
Tagore's "Where the mind is without fear" even as a troupe of dancers performed on the stage.
A bust of Gurudev Rabindranath
Tagore was unveiled, and a new school website was launched on the occasion.
abu dhabi -- Emirati poet and translator Dr Shihab Ghanem has become the first Emirati and Arab to win the Tagore Peace Prize, which was instituted by the Indian government to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of India's poet, philosopher and Nobel Laureate Rabindranath
Tagore was one of the pioneers of education as well as of Indian Library Movement.
This book argues for an aesthetic basis for India's freedom movement whereby the Arts and Crafts movement's pioneers such as John Ruskin, William Morris, Charles Ashbee and William Lethaby effected the writings and work of Mahatma Gandi, Rabindranath
Tagore and Ananda K Coomaraswamy as seen in the ideology of 'Swadeshi', India's rallying cry for freedom and the artistic milieu of Santiniketan.
A body of work that can inspire generations of artists in various fields and that can continue to provide enjoyment to millions of people, more than seven decades after his death, is the enduring legacy of the Indian Nobel Laureate Rabindranath